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The Land Question In South Africa

The Land Question In South Africa
Author: Lungisile Ntsebeza
Publisher: HSRC Press
ISBN: 9780796921635
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The Land Question in South Africa
Language: en
Pages: 256
Authors: Lungisile Ntsebeza, Ruth Hall
Categories: Political Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher: HSRC Press
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A Harvest of Discontent
Language: en
Pages: 274
Authors: Michael De Klerk
Categories: Agriculture and state
Type: BOOK - Published: 1991 - Publisher: Robert Schalkenbach Fndtn
A collection of papers from a workshop on the land question hosted by Idasa in the Western Cape in 1990.
The Land Question in South Africa
Language: en
Pages: 26
Authors: Matthew Cobbett
Categories: Apartheid
Type: BOOK - Published: 1986 - Publisher:
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Who Should Own the Land?
Language: en
Pages: 133
Authors: Justine Hunter
Categories: CD-ROMs
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher:
Books about Who Should Own the Land?
Land Reform Revisited
Language: en
Pages: 298
Authors: Femke Brandt, Grasian Mkodzongi
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-03-22 - Publisher: BRILL
The rich empirical material presented in Land Reform Revisited engages with timely debates about land use, land reform, neoliberal state planning, power relations and questions of identity and belonging in post-apartheid South Africa.
Southern African Development Community Land Issues
Language: en
Pages: 266
Authors: Ben Chigara
Categories: Law
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-03-01 - Publisher: Routledge
This book constitutes volume one of a two volume examination of development community land issues in Southern Africa. In this volume, Ben Chigara undertakes a holistic inter-disciplinary evaluation of the legitimacy of colonial and emergent post-colonial rule property rights in affected States of the Southern African Development Community (SADC). It particularly focuses on intensifying litigation in national courts, the SADC Tribunal, and more recently the Washington based International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) regarding counter claims to title to property. The book examines cultural, economic and political drivers at the core of SADC land issues, focusing on their significance and potential to contribute to the discovery of a new, sustainable land relations policy that guarantees social justice in the distribution of all the advantages and disadvantages relating to the allocation and use of land. Chigara shows that persistent systematic administrative failures by pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial authorities have made for a very complex challenge that requires Solomonic tools that neither the Courts alone, nor human rights centric morality alone could resolutely attend. The book recommends a sophisticated systematic new approach to SADC land issues, which is developed in volume two, Re-conceiving Property Rights in the New Millennium.
The Historical and Ethical Background to the Land Question in South Africa
Language: en
Pages: 16
Authors: John Ashcroft
Categories: Law
Type: BOOK - Published: 1987 - Publisher:
Books about The Historical and Ethical Background to the Land Question in South Africa
The Land Question in Zimbabwe
Language: en
Pages: 333
Authors: Sam Moyo
Categories: Land reform
Type: BOOK - Published: 1995 - Publisher:
Books about The Land Question in Zimbabwe
Contemporary Customary Land Issues in Africa
Language: en
Pages: 262
Authors: Horman Chitonage, Bridget Bwalya Umar
Categories: Political Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-07-26 - Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This book examines current trends in customary land issues in Africa, focusing on the practice of converting customary land into leasehold tenure, particularly in Zambia. Since the enactment of the 1995 Lands Act No. 29 in Zambia, conversion of customary land has become a controversial policy, raising questions about the future of customary land and rural communities, and the role of traditional authorities in a changing environment. Alienating customary land into leasehold tenure has serious implications for local and national politics and gender dynamics. Analysis of these trends suggests that the policy of creating land markets on customary land is subjecting customary systems to the forces of change. However, governments that have adopted this policy have not, by and large, adopted measures to respond to these challenges. Although customary tenure is widely believed to be resilient, it is not clear how the customary system will navigate the current winds of change. Chapters in this book draw from the Land Use and Rural Livelihoods in Africa Project (LURLAP), a collaborative research project undertaken by staff and students at the University of Cape Town and the University of Zambia.
Land and Sustainable Development in Africa
Language: en
Pages: 240
Authors: Kojo Sebastian Amanor, Sam Moyo
Categories: Political Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-07-18 - Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
This book links contemporary debates on land reform with wider discourses on sustainable development within Africa. Featuring chapters and in-depth case studies on South Africa and Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Botswana and West Africa, it traces the development of ideas about sustainable development and addresses a new agenda based on social justice. The authors critically examine contemporary neoliberal market-led reforms and the legacy of colonialism on the land question. They argue that debates on sustainable development should be placed in the context of structural interests, access and equity, rather than technical management of land and resources. Additionally, they show that these structural factors cannot be transformed by institutional reform based on notions of elective democracy, community participation, and market-reform, but require a far more radical programme to redress the injustices of the colonial system that continue today. The book advocates a commitment to building sustainable livelihoods for farmers, calling for a redistribution of land and natural resources to challenge existing economic relations and frameworks for development.